Author's Articles

‘Illegal’ tuition hike outrages science students

When Meghyn Garner began flipping through her copy of the new Arts & Science registration handbook, she never predicted she’d […]

8 April, 2002
The Controlled Chaos of Chinatown

To the outsider, Chinatown seems like the exact opposite of traditional Anglo Toronto—it unapologetically confronts the passerby with all manner […]

28 March, 2002
Crucial election comes down to a draw

Elan Ohayon spent the last year worrying about a new web-based voting system, and after what happened to him last […]

28 March, 2002
Country or colony?

It seemed eerily fitting to hold a forum on the future of Canadian sovereignty the same day the country was […]

25 March, 2002
New student code a major threat worry student reps

Many fear students could now receive academic penalties for actions outside the classroom after the university passed a new code […]

25 February, 2002
U of T’s move to US-style education system a worry to some education experts

Skyrocketing tuition and new need-based scholarships may indicate U of T will begin to emulate its American counterparts in the […]

4 February, 2002
On second thought…

The disturbing images of the Ontario government’s “Let’s Beat the Flu” ad campaign confront TTC riders with a startling plea—get […]

17 January, 2002
Freebies influence medical students

Gifts, meals and even money given to U of T medical students by drug companies have dramatically influenced the way […]

3 December, 2001
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Kaisa Walker